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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1927)
IONE, OREGON, FRIDAY, July 15, 1927
CALL FOK U1DS
Kcalnd bids will received lit
the office of the District Clerk
of School PUt.No. lone, Ore.,
up tothehour of 7..10, 1'. M., of
July 2, 11127. for transportation
of pupils to ami from th school
house of Pint. No lone, Or.,
for th coming school year, 1927
ami l!28, on tho follow inn routes:
Rhea Creek route from the
the Shaver ranch to the school
house in Ion".
The Willow Creek Route from
the Cool ranch to the school
house in lone.
Service must begin Setember
TlnSe'innl Board reserves the
right to r-j-c any or ull bids.
Polio M romon. Clerk
Huth H. Mason,
FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
One 3J in. wagon with 100 Lu.
One 2nd hand Fori! Motor and
CHEAP I OR CASH.
Ionk Cm Dkay
-TIIR MKRHUM WtdtlfcTtHR
lluti.!rt-!ti of Siirri-m Courr
Ju,i; i. .icuf Oi l.i;:.v- rrau V
el (lie voik. i l!.Hr Auhmity. H
The I rrUlnitof nil Ic.nHi.ctlnl
vr"iii', l :i , m il -in al
Uliooli ivv their I. cany ituimtt-
All Stoiri thut hiive J-p'J
lurc U.itioniiry at KirwJ"ii luve if
It'cctrJ V.cl(cri lNew iu(ctn- l
TiicMioiHrH t of l!:c Country J
lyuctii ul i.ucrii.i.ii inami.
Thi Cvrtimwrnt rrlniin; Or.cc k
y, l: tun mo it mu' ;iw. .
ul lt-.ilf Rfhl lu
,1 Clean Up
When it is hot,
the dust fogs,
We have a good stock to pick
' LIQUOR CASK SETTLED
In lb cause of the. Stcte of
Oregon vs Roy Olesrhbiger, nt
t"d in our columns last week is
continued to the 2(Hh inn!., settle
merit wan reached Thursday, July
II, Lloyd Matteon, of Rittr,
accompanied by District Attorney
S, K. NotHou,. presented himself
at the officf of Judre Robinson
and plead guilty to th charged
filed Mgninst OleBchUger, the
possession of intoxicating liquor.
J U(I20 Robinson assessed it ft
of fifty dollars and costs of the
court p'oceedins, $5. The total ol
which fne and costs was immedi
ately paid id eahh.
Tlie first wheut of the season
to he delivered at hte Independ
ei.t warehouse, lone carno from
the fields of Dwight Misper.
The wheat wcighel an rvcrage
of 1 ill pntindes to the Hack and
tested bT. The yiclp P 30 bushels
Christiana havo juatrloseb the
the greatest nt a'" convention ol
reci rit yea' at Turner.
The service of ice creuin and
eke by th Porca' society wg
NOTICE OF SALK OF ANIMAL
Nolli'i' la liereli.v ulvrn llinl purMi
'iinllo Hi" Hliiliil.x of the SI, lie ul
jOri'ii'ill, III Kllt'll O'lnea tiuuli- Mini pro
hl.'il, tin U'llliTl'Ullell llll" IllUell lip
llie l er. Iiiiifl.'r ilem-rllieil i Nirnj inn
' iinilf. ititiO niiM.liitf nt lurKe oi'iiii in.v
; prell) In. H . t III, nil SatlinlllJ-. Alltf .
1 i:ij7, ill llie hour nf S l o'llm k
p iii. n! N.'ihl iliiy. i""!! nt pillille inn'
t;,,;, I. ih IiIkIm-hi l.hl'ler torniHti,
the li.ilow Inn ilewrlli' il niilinnl, to
lt : l Hie Ihij - miiMIe linrni ttcUht
uliinit imi tiin.l -. with tour plilti'
jfeet. hlle (eet, while i't mi f'"e
Hinl t i 1 1 1 1 kIimiI liruml nil l.'lt kIioIiI-ll.T-
' Snlit wile Will he hrl.l lit my rillu'h,
' S in I ca .HlHlHet n( ilie, llllli "
mM lililllinl flinll I.e reileemeil t.y the
j owner thereof prlnr tnmihl nle.
I .Jil l llhike.
jllANP I'OWfcU WKLI.IWKEU
U) ) Steel Han.lpower Stumpiillcrs
$:;J ach;Uor'i(uver. $7.r.;Aut(
i malic Gated; Hand Well liorern;
! The Ducrest Mfg. Co.
111. Third Ave., IMiton, Waxh.
I A "llarri" Combine
tl'OI t..f l.'i,n
III Ul R U.-1 I IIIV.
Mcara - -
lone, v7ivkuii i
t .... j.
the sun glares and j
Mr. and Mrs. V. (J. I'almateer
ol Eugene arrived in Morgan on
Siindiiy. They have come to work
during thu harvest Hi-ason.
0. C. Crowell helped Noah
IVttyjor n, the pant week.
Mr, and Mm. Martin baunn
feiml and ilrn. I-tt a Bami tifeind
wean the umner gui Kla of Mi a.
Farrenn of lone, S unlay,
C. Ilutchcioft Blurted Cjii
bining last week, ilia gram ia
making 25 bushels.
Ik-ulah auO Geneva I'etljjohti
were calling on Ediili hly Tnure
Mr. 'and Mrs. llyJe Kodgerb
were railing on Tom Cuttfoiih
of L -xingtoo, Sunday.
Tom Smu'l ami bruilur, ol
Portland came VVedni.-B.lay to
heip Alfred Troe.lbi.il w kti his
hiii vesl work.
Mr. and Mm. McCormick Aeie
called to the bedside of Mr, Mc
CoriiucK'a brother who m "verj
low ut the United Stales l.ospitai
ai Wa.la Waliu.
Paul G. BaisiUcr, Acnt.
llood Lkloberay haj ucctplcJ b
pobilioii with the Standard 0..
Co. ouring th-i harvt'sl season.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mb!y o!
i. eno, Oregon, were here vitiit.
ii. g triet.da and relatives, for a
few daj u last wei k.
Mr. an Mrs. Guy Cason an.
I'.iiiiiien are eye-ruling a few dar
wiu H. C Wool and family, be
lore leaving lur Portlund, wtiett
Mrs. Cason expect b to tke t
course in beauty parlor work.
Mts. Lester Htitton ano cbil
dre ol Tikh VatU-y cams in n
Momuy 'a stage to viMt w no bei
molhei, Mra. Wiles.
Floyd who hna been sulferirg
from blood poiaonitig in the arm,
is reported much belter.
Air. and Mrs. M. U. Morgan
wene to lloou Kivtr, Friday morn
ii. g lo attend ihe. luueiai ol Air.
J. U. Nuneuiuker. They returned
'V!,. i.e . r in v lu. r i :.lli"l up mi
R.otl.er, lis hv 'I'd etei'T n.. mi. Ilia lit a
rerliiln h.'iir 11..' I il" ntdrt
II itt Hill III. Tl.iit lei 1. 1 InH:.!!''!:1 11
l-rlvi.ie line." wtIi.mi M. (!. M. nhn.-t
time iiflerwnrd ii lin-mher nf Ihe f:i;i.
tly met inn i.f Itu e:neidr i..n-r. She
Niil.l, "Yen're net en our .nrir line
ioiv luere. lire v.iiir t he nnsuer w ns
I ll!l IT IIS.
C.'l ll.e hilc.l
. Tliul rt
'No.' Tin 'i ml'l the
i,r. Miei-iiu1! e ih'H't K
n wi ni.y inure.' "
of evened It up. Cui'i rr'n Vtikl
i I Farm :
t i fi hi vp .n efnoH
I I at Miro f hr
2 : V I ' 1 a a ia,
Mr. nod Mrd. G. W. IiUchie
went to Vancouver, Waahingion
Tuef.ihiy morning to visit their
jori G -org'! v. ho U in Attendance
at t)ieCiiizn' Miliary Training
Carrp at that. p!ate.
Pr. and Mrs. ItoliHette of Al
h;my wee a brief visit in lone on
Satuidiiv, on their way home
from (lie Meoical convention.
Annul iwentv-lout years ago Dr.
Lol incite we; lone's le: d.ng p!
fician and tu-geon.
Mih Henry ( I ;rlc is i r. the
jfb at tue Iii.; i..uti ,i c. ok hou ie
tor am.il.tr kiumui.
Arn-ia 1 ai rtnrt caii.e heme oi.
iVe.li.er.day, alter nn exienoed
itay in Puri'.and and lio-id River.
Air. C. R. G'inz'i, BCfompani c
oy tin daughter Poms and M.s
e.iia Ag.!!-, uiovo into lone-on
I'huisti.y ailernoon. Mr. am.
Misi Gm zel left thy Suine even
ing. Pr. Ga'ke of ihe Ciaike 0,'ti
JalCo., No. .'JOI Salmon S reut,
Portland. Oregon. IA lu SlGUl
PCIALISTS, wii) be in lone,
Ore., ail day aad evening Saiur
day, July ltilh. at the lone Hoi. I.
t-'Lli HIM ABOUT VOUKEYLS
Alfred Troed.on has invest
ed in a "pac'Kard" truck. Now
lbs grain toll into the ware
Here ate a ftw ol Ihe picture
ve have contracted for 1927.
-! 'J, ' Lone Hand Saumierti
July 1G What Happened to June
in .. 25 Rraveiieurt.
July 20 Skinner'i Press Suit
Cut this out and keep it foi
uturtf reference. We will oulj
. as-e prices when the price os
,.roram compels us to. Pont
ni is a single runi'ier of Ibis eon
MCI. Am-ricati Legion
lone On kou
t I. R. RCOISCN
: I' 1 1 in inn If I if
f I.Kti.NZi: .r
C . tt t'.l 11 u .-hi H a, I
X make It in-
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r,j. koiii tt .nil t
Rfnrlc nn hnnd t
will ' oirnrke vniL t ?
Mr. and Mrs, A. K. Fe'.lcm
reinrned Tuesday morning from
"the valley" where they wentto
attend the luneral of Mr., Tiny
Kellers who was hurried Mondry.
Mrs. Ida Cochran and dauehlt-r
Harbara ca.r.e Tuesday morning
to vi- il Mrn, Coohrun'a mother,
Mrs. I'.arhara Ritwhie.
Mi K. li. Lundell sper.t the
nd in Walla Walla visiting
relatives and having dental work
'done, h returned list S-.ioday
II. Ojvali of Lexington ship
ped a cat loud of fortyfd I wh-at!
F idav, the 15'h. The conr.i
mer,i v.as rna.ie to ir.e hx .i ur.u. i,tli r
Gut rie Co. of Portland an.) the
s:e vv .s negotiated 1 lirounh the
ag'Titv of Louis BaUiger of lone. 1
Perry Hopkins' and wifearived
in Into Thursday n'uht ard are
dor.iu-ili'd at thtir Main Slieet
r-.'si j-1 ce. I hey ex; ect to rt i;:aiii
for a few days ciea iii g t-p the
g (lUiids about the houe. greet
i'lguld friends and er joying the
-alob:ioui tang of L'ariterdOrt
gjn's golden weather. Mr. Hop
i .a has rot been well during
the hpring hut is now much im
p oVi'l. It is thnuuht he may
port a ciial.edge for a chi.miifi
hip iame of Barnjard Go'f.
Mr. Frank Wilson and family
of Sui.ia Anne. Ca'iforr.in, aiives
i i lone on ihe U. P. fast rxpre s,
Sui day morning. For the pits
ent thy ae guest3 in the I ome ol
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O'Connor.
Mr. John Krebs. of Cecil, Ce
c I was a ti.isiiiess visitor in lone,
M m. lay.
M. P. L tj-iffin is visUingmg
Ij e il.lt week.
Mr. (j'ei.n ha ; was a vi.i er
id lone on Monday.
Mr. J. W. Campbell relumed
from a Portland business trip or
To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leae
letter at t:iu Morrow Hospital,
.leppner, Thursday, July 7, a 10
oui;d girl. Mother and child do
To M-s. R. A. Farrens.on July
. at Hood River, a dauttht r.
oth mothe-and child aren p rt
j as lioini niceiv.
Great Weed Lrop
.... fl a
ou will have weeds to iignt on your
Isummerl how and
and a good supply
! K '0U d 0t 0W
i.?of nno If vniihnvpi
On. last Saturday evening,
quite a number of friends gath
ered at the home of P. C. Peter
son, u here they were seaved a
Birthday Supper at tbout nine
o'clock. The occasion was the
;'0ih birthday anniversary of Mr.
After supper the evening was'
Upent in visiting and dancing.
Some sixty people jcined in
plen'ure of the bappy occasion
and in wi.-hing Mr. Peterson
many happy r turns of the day.
Delivery of wheat has heguu
t a i. nt nBii.iivuip'0
tooherson delvered 130 sacks on
Monday at McNabb andon Satur
day, Gorger Brothers began haul
ii g to the Jordan FJevator. Deliv
ery has t2so bt;;uti at Morgan.
Yields are reported heavy and the
Mr. L. D. Hale returned from
a two weeks vacation in the Blue
Mountains on Saturday last.
Mr. Ed. W. Thielsen is now
aetinh as Depty State Supt. of
of Banks in the liqttidition of the
Hai k of lone; succeeing Mr, L.
M. Pempsey whore departure
waa noted last week.
Mr. Plight Misr.er began de
livering wheat at the Independ
ent Warehouse, Tue: day.
M b Luciie Bristow is visiting
ti n friends in Walla Walla this
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bristow
ind ;.o:i Walter returned Sunday
'om a few days stay with rela
lives in Walla Walla.
Mrs. Fred Ritchie is helping at
the l ot-1 lone, for a few days,
while Air. and Mrs. George Rit
chie are away on their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Holm s Holeman
of Yakima,' spent Sunday with
'.Irs. Hoieman's parents, Mr.
and'Alrs. J. H. Cochran, return
ing the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Brenner Iteece
ate here for the harvest season,
helping Mrs. Reece' brother, Mr.
Mts. Frank Young is out Chaa.
McElligott's making the hired
h -lq ami'. w ith her good cakes
the well known Ro-i
is one -to get them.
of repairs. &t
a R()fary WeeC,Cr
a . . afc
nnp renair it novv.i
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